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Thomas Proctor of Alexandria. He is the son of
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The couple will exchange wedding vows at
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The bride-elect graduated from Kinder High
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Allen Parish Sher-
iffs deputies arrested
Basile’s Troy L. Jack-
son, 34, and charged
him with driving while
intoxicated second of-
fense, speeding, three
counts of no child re-
straints, open contain-
er, and criminal dam-
age to property.
Waylon Perry Sauls,
34, of Oberlin was
charged with aggravat-
ed burglary, attempted
forcible rape, posses-
sion of drug parapher-
nalia and Schedule II
narcotics.
Korey Knight, 20, of
Oberlin was arrested
on three bench war-
rants for failure to ap-
pear.
Shelvin Anthony, 23,
and Jamar Bush, 21 of
Oakdale were charged
with second degree bat-
tery, and disturbing
the peace.
Gwendolyn Turner,
46, of Oakdale was
charged
with
two
counts of resisting a po-
lice officer, reckless op-
eration, and disturbing
the peace.
Thomas Fisher, 19,
of Oakdale was charged
with simple battery,
simple criminal dam-
age to property.
Bobby Murry, 60, of
Oakdale was charged
with domestic abuse
battery, and simple as-
sault.
Mallory White, 37, of
Oakdale was charged
with two counts of sim-
ple criminal damage to
property, unauthorized
entry of an inhabited
dwelling,
possession
of marijuana third of-
fense, simple escape,
theft, possession of
Schedule III narcotics
with intent to distrib-
ute, three counts of pos-
session of Schedule IV
narcotics with intent
to distribute, posses-
Ardoin Funeral Home owners Lawrence and Stacy Moncla
(top) visit with Wilma and Claude Broussard, and Janice Leib-
son during last Friday’s senior citizen luncheon at the Kinder
Community Center. Ardoin Funeral Home sponsored the June
luncheon, which was followed by a few rounds of bingo.
Kurt LaFleur, 54, of
305 Railroad Ave. in
Kinder was arrested
by Kinder police and
charged with burglary
of an inhabited dwell-
ing, theft, and was also
wanted on a warrant.
Kinder Police Chief
Gary Pelican also an-
nounced the arrest
of Rickey Guidry, 49,
of 604 N. 14th St. in
Kinder was charged
with disturbing the
peace and public intox-
ication.
Kenneth Simmons,
38, of 970 Cole Road
in Kinder was charged
with public intoxica-
tion, and remaining
after forbidden.
Kevin Gardener, 45,
of 608 N. 14th Street in
Kinder was arrested
on a warrant from La-
fayette.
Shelia Lester, 44, of
St. John, Az., was ar-
rested on a warrant
from Arizona.
Bobby Thomas, Jr.,
31, of Mamou was
charged with posses-
sion of a legend drug
without a prescription,
and disturbing the
peace by intoxication.
Kurt LaFleur charged with theft,
burglary of an inhabited dwelling
Sami Ardoin, 23,
of Lake Charles was
charged with aggra-
vated battery, disturb-
ing the peace by fight-
ing.
Jacobery Brown, 23,
of Iowa was charged
with disturbing the
peace by fighting.
Oakdale
Police
Chief Scotty LaBorde
announced the arrests
of eight people from
Oakdale.
Ron Cloquitt, 43,
was charged with do-
mestic abuse battery,
and two bench war-
rants for probation re-
vocation.
Joey Coker, 18, was
charged with malfea-
sance in office.
Michael Ford, 34,
was charged with pos-
session of marijuana,
driving under suspen-
sion, and headlight
violation.
Ryan Bond, 32, was
charged with driving
while intoxicated, pos-
session of Schedule III
narcotics, and a defec-
Board, and unsuccess-
fully ran for Oberlin
Police Chief in 1994.
Asked what he en-
joyed most during his
22 years in law en-
forcement, Frank said:
“Everyday you never
know what you’ll deal
with.”
What did he like
least about his years
serving the commu-
nity? “If I had to write
someone a ticket and I
knew they couldn’t pay
it.”
Deputy Frank lives
in the Soileau com-
munity an said he
will spend quite a bit
of time tending to his
horses and cows.
“I’ll
also
come
around here and pester
the police officers,” he
said of his retirement
plans.
Kurt Unkel was the guest speaker
at the Kinder Rotary Club. Mr. Un-
kel and his wife, Karen, own Cajun
Grains, a local producer of natural
rice products grown on their farm
east of Kinder. Kurt gave a very infor-
mative talk on the nutritional value of
natural grains. Among the products
he exhibited were rice grits and rice
flour. Kurt has been featured in the
Wall Street Journal and other articles
and videos. His products are gaining
acceptance by many and sold via mail
order from coast to coast. Pictured
with Mr. Unkel is Rotarian Lowell
Keys. The Rotary Club meets every
Tuesday at noon at the United Meth-
odist Church annex.
APSO announces several arrests
sion of counterfeit CDS
Schedule 1 with intent,
entry or remaining af-
ter forbidden, violations
of uniformed controlled
dangerous substances
law, possession of nar-